So the local CT Mazda dealer that doesn't discount off MSRP because "there is little markup on Mazdas"....has a Diesel CX5 in the showroom with "7K off MSRP" on the windshield.Even at this huge discount, I can't see it as being a smart buy.
This thing has no future, and the second you drive it off the lot, it'll be worth half of what you paid.
The depreciation will be huge, so it's only worth consideration if you plan to keep it for ten years.
Everyone on the forum slammed Mazdas strategy with this engine when it was announced. And its come true, baffling how Mazda didnt see this coming....or they did and purpously jacked the pricing WAY up realizing its true market pricing would end up in the lower 30's.
Whomever bought the D at MSRP has taken an unbelievable hit on resale.